Tobacco Use Prevention Program
Links To Currently Available Information
These signs are made available to all public schools in Vermont, made possible through a partnership with the Vermont Department of Health 802Quits program. These signs will help you inform your school community about tobacco-free schools. This tobacco-free signage is inclusive of both smoking, smokeless tobacco products and tobacco substitutes (such as e-cigarettes) and sends the message that no tobacco is safe to use: anywhere, by anyone, at any time.
Refer to this list to see which network community your LEA is a part of. You can email your network coordinator with any grant or training questions you might have by clicking on their name.
Refer to this list for contact information for each local education agency Tobacco Use Prevention Education Coordinator.
This chart represents the formula funding allocation for each
school district/supervisory union for FY15. This allocation is
based upon LEA enrollment for the 2013-2014 school year.
AOE shall be notified within two weeks of any changes in tobacco
coordinators via resubmission of this form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Agency of Education Tobacco Use Prevention Education Program
2014-2015 school year calendar of professional development,
meetings, and important due dates for tobacco coordinators.
This poster captures students’ notes to themselves and their
peers, along with advice to parents, teachers and community
members about how each can build and maintain high expectations.
Click the graphic to learn about how new FDA regulations on
tobacco protect the health of America’s children and ultimately
reduce the burden of illness and death caused by tobacco use.
NOTE: Clicking this link will take you off the department's Web
“You already know that tobacco is bad for you. What you may not know is that experimenting with cigarettes is not cost-free — even the first few cigarettes can exact a price. We created “The Real Cost” to give you what you need to know — facts based on science, facts you can judge for yourself. Our goal is to reduce the number of teens who experiment with smoking and become lifelong tobacco users.”
Kate O'Neill, Tobacco Use Prevention Education Coordinator, at email@example.com or (802) 479-1437
Page Last Updated on October 29, 2014